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Why not just glue a trap adapter to the trap arm sticking out of the wall?
Sump pumps are not designed to pump sewage.
It is possible to build something but whats the point? If you can't rely on the accuracy of the equipment then the equipment itself is pretty much useless. I'll give you an example.
A lot of...
It overflows because when the disposal is running it won't accept water from the RO filter. Like Dittohead said, Move its drain.
Back flow testing equipment has to be certified by a 3rd party certification or sent back to the manufacturer for calibration.
Not following the proper procedure puts you in serious liability
personally, I'd replace the whole circulator with a Taco 007 cartridge type. Damn near silent, but no, replacing the motor mount? He could get rid of the old four spring coupling and go with a...
I buy lumber from the local lumber yard too but most of it comes out of canada.
Bad thermostat or the heat anticipator is set wrong.
It sounds like a bad bearing assembly which includes the impeller.
While you have it open I would take the opportunity to tear all of that old crap out and replace it with PVC
Read your code book. I haven't found one yet that didn't require sealing the bowl to the floor.
If you have to ask what parts, you have no business messing with it. The "likely" problem could be any number of things or a combination of them as well. Remember....GAS GOES BOOM!
Slant fin base should have plastic runners that keep the fins off the brackets and allow it to slide back and forth as it expands and contracts. No part of the fin tube or the pipes should be in...
Anytime the homeowner second guesses or questions me the price doubles.
The only thing you want to run into a grease trap is grease laden waste.
Most likely something stuck in the Venturi.
Looks like 4 1/8th bends should offset it enough.
That's it exactly
Nope, it's a manual bleeder valve.
Personally, I would delete the floor drain.
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The wye and elbow serving as the shower vent. The wye can't be flat like you have it with that short piece in the elbow. No part of the vent can be horizontal until it has risen 6" above the flood...
They are 1/4" npt so you can usually back them off by hand.